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Background Information
NameMarc Andrew Rothman
Country of BirthUnited States United States
BirthdayMay 18, 2000 (age 22)
 North America
Social Media & Links
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Team History
Mar 2014
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SNIPE Gaminglogo std.pngSNIPE Gaming
May 2014 - Feb 2015
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Famlogo std.pngFive Angry Men
Feb 2015 - Aug 2015
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Denial eSportslogo std.pngDenial eSports
Feb 2016
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Marc "madmanmarc22" Andrew Rothman was previously the hunter for Team Hopeful.


Madmanmarc22 started playing Xbox at the age of 8. His favorite game at the time was Halo. Going into SMITE, he started off playing every role in ranked. His goal at the time was to reach 2000 elo to be able to play with Drybear. He was eventually noticed by Shing and asked to join SNIPE Gaming. Two days after joining, he was benched.

Moving forward, he declined any team offers until Denial eSports split up after the SMITE Launch Tournament becoming the original Five Angry Men. After the team was then acquired by Denial eSports at the start of Season 2 of the SMITE Pro League, Marc decided to leave the team at the end of the Spring Split. [1] He would later rejoin the Denial roster as the starting hunter during Week 7 of the Summer Split, retaking his role from BronxBombers.

During the Fall Split he was missing from the starting roster from Denial eSports, as it was rumored he was listed as a sub for Cloud9. Eventually he didn't make any appearances during the Fall Split, and by February 2016 he joined Team Hopeful, but left the team as it disbanded less than two weeks later.


Team and Tournament History

madmanmarc22 Tournament Results
2015-04-05A44$ 3,500SPLSeason2Logo.png SMITE Pro League North America Season 2 Spring SeasonDenial eSportslogo std.pngDenial eSports TheBest •   Shing •   Macetodaface •   madmanmarc22 •   Shadowq
2015-02-28I1QSPLSeason2Logo.png SMITE Pro League North America Season 2 Spring QualifiersDenial eSportslogo std.pngDenial eSports TheBest •   Shing •   Macetodaface •   madmanmarc22 •   Shadowq
Total Prize: USD 3,500

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